What is hop on and hop off Iceland by bus?

Hop on and Off, Iceland by Bus passport allows you the freedom to travel in Iceland at your own leisure.  The bus passport must be used within a period of 2 days up to 2 months.

How do I sign up?

You simply choose the bus passport that suits you and click BUY NOW.  You will receive a confirmation via e-mail and collect your travel documents at the bus. 

Is this a guided tour?

These are scheduled buses and aren´t a guided tour but we have very knowledgeable bus drivers.

How can I guarantee a seat on the bus?

To guarantee a seat on the bus, you need to check in at least 24 hours prior to departure.

CHECK-IN section is available on the website.

Please note that if you have booked return or single tickets, you don´t need to do the check-in. If you have booked a passport, please do the check-in in order to get the seat.

Do you have on board WI-FI?

Absolutely, Snap your heart out ! #Icelandbybus

Can I connect to the internet in the highlands?

It is not possible to connect to WiFi in any of the huts on the Laugavegur trail, but you might be able to connect to 4G in some of them as well as along the trail. Phone connection can be unstable on the trail and you might have to the nearest hilltop to find a network. There is no electricity in any of the huts along the way and thus no means of charging electronic devices. Make sure to bring enough power with you. 

Is there a WC on board the bus?

No, but don´t worry, we make a lot of stops on the way

What if I loose my Iceland by bus passport?

Look after your Iceland By Bus passport, if you loose it, it´s gone.  There is no compensation for a lost passport.

Can I travel with my tent in winter time?

No absoulutely not - it is way to cold in Iceland in winter time for camping!

Is the bus operated in winter time?

No only in summer time

Can I camp everywhere in Iceland?

No camping is restricted to campsites - you will find campsites at all our bus stop except at the Glacier lagoon!  Iceland has over 200 equipped campsites. Most campsites do not require any reservations giving you the possibility to adjust your schedule according to your preferences and complete freedom to “follow the weather”. Once at a campsite, you can expect to find electrical hook-ups(except in the Highlands), running (drinkable) water and restrooms. Most campsites also have a playground for kids, and a communal charcoal grill (charcoals not provided). Campsites are open plan and therefore allow campers to choose the spot of their fancy, so make sure you have a good look around before you pitch your tent.  

Is it safe to travel in Iceland?

Yes! - Iceland is considered to be one of the top four safest countries in the world for females to travel alone. 

Allthough Iceland is one of the safest countries in the world to visit, it is always a good idea to take precautions when travelling in Iceland due to natural hazards caused by weather and nature. Condition can change at a moments notice so be adventurous but STAY SAFE when you travel in Iceland. Safetravel.is is the  official source of safe adventure in Iceland.

What is included in the passports and fares?

Just a transfer - you plan your trip and we transfer you to your favorite places in Iceland.

What about accommodation?

Bring your tent and feel the freedom! These is nothing better than to fall asleep in the midnight sun and wake up with a bird song in the morning. Iceland has over 200 equipped campsites. 

If you are not into camping we reccomend a stay in one of many hostels in Iceland www.hostel.is/ Although the main focus of the hostels is to provide a comfortable accommodation at an affordable price, a hostel is more than just a place to sleep. Each hostel is unique with its own history and charm, which helps making your stay at our hostels a truly enjoyable experience.